Utilizing rural culture and resources to attract tourism dollars is a growing industry across the Midwest.
In Kansas, agritourism includes everything from pumpkin patches to prairie fires to pheasant hunting. The Kansas Center for Sustainable Agriculture and Alternative Crops provides resources to learn more about Agritourism possibilities in Kansas.
For more information about the subject, visit the the state Agritourism website or contact K-State Research and Extension's Ag and Natural Resources office at 785-532-5838.
You can also call:
Ben Allen, Rolling Prairie District office, 620-725-5890, or
Biswa Das, Office of Local Government, 785-532-1514.
Click here to learn some important facts about agritourism, what extension professionals should know, and how can K-State Research and Extension assist interested communities.